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I have a question
Can an Australian who is the biological father of a child in Thailand 5.5 years old legalize the child and change the Thai birth certificate name ?
Right now it is written on the birth certificate the name of her ex-legal husband in marriage
this ex-husband has also won some custody rights in Thailand as well as a custody dispute in Europe
but the mother left before the fight ended fleeing the country by kidnapping the child
using fake papers at the airport passport control (forgery) and it may have issued one Interpol red notice by the judges or the country for the mother and child .
if the mother comes to Australia with a tourist visa can i made a DNA test and
get recognized as a biological father and get the child my surname and citizenship ??
or maybe i will married in Thailand and get she a visa as a legal spouse ?

 Also mother and child may be possible to extradited to Europe to be judged for her actions ?
and the child to be returned to legal father ?
or she will tried in Thailand and the child will stay in Thailand where I can visit her ?

Can I have some legal consequences such as abduction synergy because I knew and paid for airline tickets online?

 

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thank you very much in advance for your answers

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You dont sound Australian by your typing style. Nor does most of what you say make much sense, Forged papers ? usually a child has its own passport and covered by the parents visa when travelling. Are you paying maintenance to the mother of your child ? is there a paper trail to support any of your claims ? legal case papers to pass on, proof of claim etc ? 

 

So theres been custody findings in both Europe and Thailand, must already be in the legal system so wondering why you would come to a forum for legal advice from foreigners when its the Thai legal system and Thai domestic specialist lawyer you'd need. 

 

Why arnt you contacting a legal practice in Thailand and asking them or going through the legal system where you are to find out what your REAL options are ? 

 

Sounds like a half baked attempt and want from an adult with a child in the middle.To me it sounds like the child is far better off with its mother in Thailand. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, TERI said:

Can an Australian who is the biological father of a child in Thailand 5.5 years old legalize the child and change the Thai birth certificate name ?

 

The name on a birth certificate cannot be changed. The child's name can be changed, but not the birth certificate.

 

It requires the consent of both parents to change a child's name.

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15 hours ago, englishoak said:

 

You dont sound Australian by your typing style. Nor does most of what you say make much sense, Forged papers ? usually a child has its own passport and covered by the parents visa when travelling. Are you paying maintenance to the mother of your child ? is there a paper trail to support any of your claims ? legal case papers to pass on, proof of claim etc ? 

 

So theres been custody findings in both Europe and Thailand, must already be in the legal system so wondering why you would come to a forum for legal advice from foreigners when its the Thai legal system and Thai domestic specialist lawyer you'd need. 

 

Why arnt you contacting a legal practice in Thailand and asking them or going through the legal system where you are to find out what your REAL options are ? 

 

Sounds like a half baked attempt and want from an adult with a child in the middle.To me it sounds like the child is far better off with its mother in Thailand. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes mate your right 😉

no I'm not an Australian
I have the citizenship on my father's side
I was born in Australia but I didn't grow up here
recently moved and still learning english.

when I say fake papers
I do not mean a fake passport
but falsely authorization from the husband to allow the mother to leave the country, and falsely court judgment that the mother has the child custody.

The truth is that

the mother has only temporary custody

who had recently taken her one and a half months ago.

Prior to this decision, her husband had the child custody for three years
and there was a court order for the mother not to leave the province and off course not to leave the country.

 

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16 hours ago, blackcab said:

 

The name on a birth certificate cannot be changed. The child's name can be changed, but not the birth certificate.

 

It requires the consent of both parents to change a child's name.

If I marry the mother and she get my surname,cannot automatically change the child's surname ?
the ex-husband will never give his consent.
How can I legally bring the mother and daughter to Australia?
when the birth certificate is not in my name and the surname cannot change 
what I will give to my embassy so my daughter can join my family share and get citizenship ?
In Thailand I do not have any officia paperwork or records in my name
and all I have is a DNA test
I can marry the mother and move all in Australia together 
but my daughter will never be officially registered as a biological child 
just like a adoptive child ?

there is also the issue with interpol
red alert for mother
and yellow for the child
as soon as they cross into Australia, 
they will be arrested and deported to the country that made the notification

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